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Discussion in 'OS X El Capitan (10.11)' started by ericmschwanke, Jun 10, 2015.
Any way to make this work?
Not seen any fixes, will have to wait and see if Apple release an ElCap version. Same problem for CS6.
Are you trying to install this version of Java?
If you are, and that's not working, then this might help you solve the problem, though I don't know if the latest version (https://java.com/en/download/) works with El Cap either:
https://forums.adobe.com/thread/1637908 Check Kals' reply about using latest version of non-Apple Java for Illustrator.
Saw that earlier, but thank you. Tried it, installed Java SE 8 but get "operation not permitted" when trying to create the folders. Tried enabling root access and creating them that way but the same.
Got it working
Download the Java SE 8 DMG from http://www.oracle.com/technetwork/java/javase/downloads/jre8-downloads-2133155.html and install.
In term enter the following to turn off rootless and then reboot: sudo nvram boot-args="rootless=0"
In term enter these 2 lines: sudo mkdir -p /System/Library/Java/JavaVirtualMachines/1.6.0.jdk
sudo mkdir -p /System/Library/Java/Support/Deploy.bundle
Turn rootless back on and reboot again: sudo nvram boot-args="rootless=1"
Glad you got it working. FYI it works OOTB with CS6.
AI CS6 didn't work here but that sorted it. Perhaps you previously had SE 8 installed? I just had 6.
Yeah, you're probably right about that, sorry.
Have installed the new Java and not getting any luck.
Working just fine for me http://www65.zippyshare.com/v/sYXbftW5/file.html
Installed and also created the 2 empty folders?
Hi, worked fine for me.
But first I deleted all previous versions.
Worked flawlessly. Enabling Illustrator and Dreamweaver CS6
Glad it worked!
Thank you so much this worked perfectly for me. I didn't know what I would do without dreamweaver!
Thanks for updating the the instructions to work with rootless.
There is also another way now to get the Apple's version of Java working as well, but I think it's a slightly lengthier process: http://forums.macrumors.com/threads/apple-java-6-for-10-11.1890762/ (I think bottom of page 2)
Glad it worked out for ya'!
Try this https://support.apple.com/kb/DL1824?viewlocale=en_US&locale=en_US
There's no download button which I can find on that page.
AH, the download button appears when I switch browser from Firefox to Safari.
... Still later
Yup, that worked. Using Safari: Downloaded, installed, and now Photoshop CS5 is no longer throwing a hissy-fit about the version of Java I'm using.
So if you don't see a nice big blue download button on the support page, boot up Safari and use that to download.
ai quits when using the dropper tool on cs5 other then that simple and no problem.
You can run CS5 with the latest Java version (that has security patchtes etc), checkout wheatherangels answer in the adobe forum. Java 5/6 are EOL.
So I followed the instructions in reply #5, but it wouldn't let me perform the first of the two commands, since this is not a virtual machine. However, I ran the second of the two, turned the rootless back on, rebooted, and then it allowed the install to go forward. I'm waiting for it to finish, so not sure how well CS5 will perform once install is complete, but I am optimistic. I'll post the results here after I test it.
Update: Illustrator seems to work, except that I am having the same issue with the whole thing crashing when trying to use the eyedropper tool, as mentioned in another comment. Rather annoying, but I can probably work around it if I have to. Anyone else found a fix for that?
I bough a Macbook Pro 2015 that had Yosemite but I upgraded to El Capitan.
I was planning on installing Adobe Creative Suite 5.5 that I have but it seems it does not work with El Capitan.
Did anyone of you get it to work?
Otherwise I will have to do a restore and install to Yosemite. I hope it all works with Yosemite
any feedback? Thanks
I have CS5.5 on my Mid-2012 cMP and it works just fine with El Capitan (provided you install the Java runtime mentioned above in this thread).